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AUTR ICHE 



SPORTS D'HIVER EN AUTR1CHE 



L'Autriche joue un role important parmi let pays de lourisme 
hivernal du monde. La montagne moyenne accessible, les conlre- 
forts des Alpes, riches en paturages, et la haute montagne aux 
multiples aspects creent un paradis unique de quelques milliers 
de kilometres carres pour le skieur de toute faculte. la course 
en ski, mise en vogue en Autriche il y d plus d'un deni-siecle, est 
devenu ici le sport populaire, exerce par milliers de campagnards 
et de citadins. Au debut ce fut ici, au casur de I'Europe, que ce sport 
s'est developpe du. a une discipline systematique au point de vue de 
technique alpine du ski, et plus tard par I'Ecole de Ski de I'Arlberg 
(Hannes Schneider). Actuellement, I'.Ecole de Ski Autrichienne. de . 
reputation mondiale enseigne la methode moderne de pratiquer le 
ski. Des nombreux skieurs d'elite autrichiens ont aide a developper 
une technique du ski qui a triomphe dans le monde entier: Cette 
technique du ski repondant aux difficultes les plus grandes cau- 
sees par la nature du terrain ou des champs de la neige, cette 
technique qui fait admirer les courses de descente purement spor- 
tives ou le slalom, cette technique qui mene aux longues excur- 
sions splendides en toute security. 

Aujourd'hui les ecoles de ski autrichienne donnent I'exemple de 
I'enseignement methodique. Ces ecoles, dirigees par des skieurs 
dipldmes dont la plupart sont des champions experimentes qui sont 
sortis de I'ecole de ski de St. Christoph/Arlberg apres avoir 
suivi un stage, de deux ans comme moniteurs, apprennent a leurs 
eleves une methode unique. L'organisation de ces ecoles et la 
surveillance protectrice des cours sur le terrain d'exercices ainsi 
que des excursions et des pistes-standard garantissent aux eleves 
des ecoles de ski autrichiennes le plein succes de I'enseignement. 






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RENSEIGNEMENTS SUR L'AUTRICHE 

Pour routes aulres informations adressez-vous 6 votre bureau de 
voyage ou a notre representation a I'etranger: 

BRUXELLES 

BUDAPEST 

CAIRO 

HILVERSUM 



Office National Autrichien du Tourisme 
141, Rue Royale, Tel.: 17-20-77, 17-52-55 

Drs Fekete, V., Tiikor-utca 4, Tel.: 120083 

Friedrich Tischler, 23, Rue Tewfik 

H. G. Tulp, Alexanderlaan 21, Tel. 



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JOHANNESBURG St. A. Grohs, P.O.Box 7999 

K0BENHAVN Ostrigs officielle Turistbureau 
Oster Segade 10, Tel.: False 971 

LONDON 

MILANO 

NEW YORK 

PARIS 

PRAHA 

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SAO PAUIO 

SYDNEY 
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Austrian State Tourist Department, 23, Princes House, 
190, Piccadilly, London W 1, Tel.: Regent 2840 

Ente Nazionale Austriaco per it Turismo 
Via Pio IV, Nr. 1, Tel.: 13-5-32 

Austrian State Tourist Department, 48 E 48th Str., 
New York 17 {N. Y.), Tel.: Murrayhill 8-0355 

Office National Autrichien du Tourisme 

12, Rue de Castiglione, Paris ler, Tel.: Opera 9382 

Ing. Karl Annerl, Legation d'Autriche, 
XVI., Vancurova 10, Tel.: 40-047 

Dr. Robert Uhl, Piazza Esedra 68, Tel.: 43941 

Trade von Laschan-Solstein, Encarregada Hono- 
raria do Departamento Nacional Austriaco de 
Turismo, rua Conceicao, 93, 7° and.. Apt 71 

Dr. Eugene Ehrman-Ewart, G. P. O. Box 2773 

Dr. W. Bauer, DufourstraBe 125, Tel.: 24 66-64 



Pour tout autre pays: 

STELLE FOR DEN WIEDERAUFBAU DER 

OSTERREICHISCHEN FREMDENVERKEHRSWIRTSCHAFT 

Wien, III., Metternichgasse 3, Tel.i U-17-5-95 



RENSEIGNEMENTS SPECIAUX 

Ski Osterreichischer Skiverband, 

Wien, VIII., Fuhrmanngasse 18 a 

Automobilisme Osterreichischer Automobil-, Motorrad- und 

Touring-Club, Wien, I., Schubertring 7 

Etudes Akademisches Auslandsamt der osterreichischen 

Hochschulerschaft, Wien, IX., Kolingasse 19 

Foire-exposition 

de Vienn'e Wien, VII., Messeplatz 1 

Commerce AuBenhandelskommission, 

et Industrie Wien, III., Metternichgasse 4 

Internationales Haus, 

Wien, III., Rennweg 2 (Palais Schwarzenberg) 
Mode Modeschule der Stadf Wien im SchloB Hetzen- 

dorf, Wien, XII., HetzendorferstraBe 79 

Art applique Wirtschaftsforderungsinstitut der Bundeskammer der 

gewerblichen Wirtschaft, Wien, IX., Severingasse 9 

Wiederaufbausrelle, Wien. — Printed in Austria for the Austrian 
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WINTER SPORTS IN AUSTRIA 

Austria is one of the world's leading winter sport countries. The 
sloping meadows of the Alpine foot-hills, the long soft sweep of 
the middle mountains, the high Alpine reaches comprise a ski 
paradise of thousands of square miles ideally suited to skiers at 
every stage of skill. Ski sport, introduced into Austria about half 
a century ago, is now a national sport practised by hundreds of 
thousands of city dwellers as well as country people. From the 
initial introduction of ski sport into Central Europe, Austria ' has 
offered a systematic training through its ski schools, first through 
the Alpine ski technique of Mathias Zdarsky, then, later, through 
the world famous Arlberg technique of Hannes Schneider which 
laid the foundation for the modern teaching methods of the present 
Austrian ski schools. Prominent Austrian skiers have contributed a 
lion's share to the development of an Alpine ski technique which 
has won acclaim and been adopted throughout the world. So 
adaptable is the Austrian ski technique that it can be used on both 
the most difficult terrain and snow conditions, to produce the most 
spectacular feats of the racers or to make possible the safest most 
enjoyable execution of extensive ski tours. 

Since 1945 Austrian ski technique has produced such outstanding 
results at all international events that it has demonstrated that it 
is linked with the long tradition of generations of successful ski 
racers. In Alpine combinations, particularly Austria's master team 
showed itself the equal of the ski teams of all the leading ski 
countries and, as far as averages are concerned demonstrated 
Austrian superiority. Such international events as the Olympic games 
of 1948, the Arlberg-Kandahar of 1949 in St. Anton gave a powerful 
demonstration of Austrian skiing in Alpine combination racing. The 
sensational performance of the Austrian ski team in the U. S. at 



AUSTRIA, EUROPE'S MOST INEXPENSIVE 
TOURIST COUNTRY 



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btor cars will leave the Official. Bavar. Tourist ^"f ""^SSStS 
lU 9a ni, proceeding at once to visit the Old Pinakothek, the most _ ce ^raieu 
picture gallery of Munich (when closed the New Pinakothek will be visited , instead^ 
From this place the party will drive through Theresienstrasse and Ludwi»rtrasse 
to the Royal Garden and further to the Royal Mae? which ^b^orougMy 
visited Thence passengers will proceed to the beautiful Old TownHau P» s . s " f 
In route by the celebrated Hofbrauhaus. After having visited the Town Hall the 
party will return to Promenadeplatz. 

AFTER LUNCHEON: 

TV Xotor Lrs start at 2.30 p. m . driving to the large and beautiful NationalJHuseum, 

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En route, the Maxlmilianeum, the park of Gasteig and the Peace Monumenr. 
Then the oartv will drive through the famous English Garden, with its pretty 
lake of Kletahewelohe, returning by the beautiful J^£^^e*A 
strasse En route will be seen the Triumphal Arch, the University, i he ^L-utrwi g 
Church, the HaH of the Generals; turning by Brienner8tra.se .the Obelisk ; 
anHn little further the beautiful Konigsplatz, with the Propylaen, the G yptothek 
and tVeTun f sTSeH«S e g? Autos then U ^^.J^^ m T , ^ , T&' 
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Stan Garden over the railway bridge to Theresien-Meadow with the large statu* 
o Bavaria and the HalTo^Fame and the Exhibition grounds. From here the 
party lm proceed to Sendlingertor and through the Sonnenstrasse to .the Crystal . 
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